ABOUT CHIEF TV

The Media Tech Club, Chief TV, is open to all students interested in learning more about news and television production, filming, editing, and other post production techniques. The club assists LDTV Sports productions, Chief TV productions such as our live news program, Good Morning Cherokee, and our award winning news program, Chief TV, formerly Cherokee People Network. Chief TV also produces content to air on LDTV and keeps the community informed of the amazing events happening at Cherokee High School.

Advisor: Ms. Shaniqua Brown | Assistant Advisor: Ms. Gabriella Forcellini

Welcoming all alumni of the Cherokee TV Broadcasting program and Media Tech clubs Chief TV and Cherokee People Network.


Tune in to Good Morning Cherokee from Home on Monday mornings at 9am on our YouTube Channel. GMC from Home features weekly productivity tips, recipes, and suggestions on what to watch.

YouTube: Chief TV on LDTV

Subscribe to our YouTube channel Chief TV on LDTV. Watch content created by students such as news packages, promos and students of the month, as well as select productions filmed in the Performing Arts Center.

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Chief TV films and produces a variety of programming highlighting student achievements, events, award ceremonies, and other school news. Productions air on LDTV and our YouTube channel. Full length productions are available for purchase on DVD with digital access.

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

Chief TV produces a Students of the Month segment that highlights the nominated student from the freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior classes. Students of the month are selected for the months of October through April to recognize students for their accomplishments, both academically and within the community.

Chief TV News Packs

Chief TV Reporters cover a variety of news highlighting student achievement in academics and athletics to opportunities and activities available to students.

Visit our district network, Lenape District Television, LDTV, and the networks of our sister schools Lenape Television, Shawnee TV, and Golden Eagle Television.